Air Lift Performance @ SEMA 2013

It’s that time of year again where the whole tuning industry pushes ALL the boundaries – SEMA 2013! Every November thousands of tuners, manufacturers and industry experts take over Las Vegas to showcase new products and technologies for tuning fans.

By: Air Lift Performance Published: November 6, 2013 Comments: View

It’s that time of year again where the whole tuning industry pushes ALL the boundaries – SEMA 2013! Every November thousands of tuners, manufacturers and industry experts take over Las Vegas to showcase new products and technologies for tuning fans. As you’d expect Air Lift Performance is in full attendance, and best of all we’ll be bringing you live updates throughout the whole week…

Air Lift Performance @ SEMA 2013

If you follow our Instagram and Facebook pages you’ll already be well aware of the Bag Riders x Liberty Walk E92 BMW. Running a prototype Air Lift Performance threaded-body setup (complete with 30-click adjustable damping) this monster 335i looks insane whatever angle you view it from! 19×12.5in (front) and 19×13.5in (rear) Rotiform TMBs tuck right into the Liberty Walk fenders to produce one of the most aggressive stances we’ve ever seen.

Air Lift Performance @ SEMA 2013

Taking centre stage on the Air Lift Performance SEMA stand we’ll be taking a much closer look at this car with Air Lift’s Brian Vinson to give you an idea of just how much work is involved in a build like this.

Air Lift Performance @ SEMA 2013

In addition to the Air Lift stand, we’re super-proud to have a massive presence throughout the whole of SEMA with Air Lift suspension equipped on a wide range of show cars from super-clean domestic Mustangs to the wildest FRS and GT86 projects. With day two about to commence we’ll bring you a full Air Lift gallery later today – make sure you check back for more SEMA goodness!

Air Lift Performance @ SEMA 2013

My overall perception of "air suspension" was greatly altered...To my surprise I was overly impressed with the Air Lift performance and feel.

- Craig C